Published November 30, 2001
by Kendall Hunt Pub Co .
Written in English
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SPECIMEN COLLECTION GUIDELINES Purpose of this document The purpose of this document is to provide general specimen collection guidelines for healthcare providers and public health staff during a respiratory disease outbreak when the pathogen is unknown. The specimens listed in this document are those that may need to be collected to. A timed urine collection is required for quantitative tests. Accurate test results depend on proper collection and preservative of timed urine specimens. On the day of collection, discard the first voided urine and begin timing the collection. Refrigerate urine during collection. Collect all urine . Timed urine collections are quantitative assays used after collection of urine over a number of hours (2 hours, 12 hours, 24 hours, 48 hours, etc), days (over a weekend), or specific times (from PM). Routine urinalysis protocols usually require a minimum urine collection volume ranging from mL of urine. The urine specimen should be a freshly voided specimen. 4. Have the donor drink sufficient fluids at the collection site to provide 45 mL of urine. 5. Donor will pour the urine from the bag into a collection container in the privacy of a bathroom. A. The temperature of the specimen .
Urine testing is the best developed and most commonly used monitoring technique in substance abuse treatment programs. This appendix describes procedures for implementing this service and other methods for detecting clients' substance use. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has a number of documents about drug testing available in the Workplace . Incorrect collection and preservation of hour urine collections are two of the most frequent lapses in urine collections. The hour urine specimen should be submitted in a chemically clean, properly labeled urine container provided by LabCorp. (Patients should not be allowed to submit urine specimens in their own “clean” jars.). Urine Specimen Collection Guidelines Substance Abuse Professional Guidelines. DOT Rule 49 CFR Part 40 Section Q&A. It is very important for persons who monitor mock collections to have a thorough “book” and practical knowledge of relevant DOT rules and procedures. It is also very important that, before determining whether. For many urine chemistry procedures the specimen of choice is hour urine. A hour urine collection is performed by collecting a person’s urine in a special container over a hour period. It always begins with an empty bladder so that the urine collected is not “left over” from previous hours.
: urine specimen collection. Skip to main content. Try Prime All Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Today's Deals Your Gift . Urine has a long, rich history as a source for measuring health and well-being and remains an important tool for clinical diagnosis. The clinical information obtained from a urine specimen is influenced by the collection method, timing and handling. A vast assortment of collection and transport containers for urine specimens are available. Urinary – Sterile Urine Specimen Collection from a Foley Catheter SECTION: Strength of Evidence Level: 3 __RN__LPN/LVN__HHA PURPOSE: To obtain a urine specimen from a patient with a Foley catheter for laboratory analysis. CONSIDERATIONS: 1. The only way to get an uncontaminated sterile urine. Immediately after collection, the defendant should be asked to seal the specimen cup with a lid, and apply a label reflecting his or her name and assigned log number. This will serve as evidence that the defendant acknowledged the urine as his or her own. The cup must be capped and labeled, prior to collecting a sample from another individual.